Saturday, Sept. 25  - Untied Brewing Co. Benefit Day, 140 Spring St., New Providence, 12-11pm

For every Pioneer Ale purchased $1 goes to The Brooke Healey Foundation, music, fun, see you there!

Monday, Sept. 27  - Delicious Heights, Berkeley Heights, NJ, During lunch and Dinner

ALL DAY!  5% of sales goes to The Brooke Healey Foundation

Thursday & Friday, Sept. 30 & Oct. 1 - Kendra Scott Jewelry fundraiser, online and in store, The Mall at Short Hills location only - 20% of sales benefits The Brooke Healey Foundation 

Kickoff happy hour, Sept. 30, 5-7pm; Mention The Brooke Healey Foundation to the cashier to ensure we receive credit.  

KINDLY RSVP to attend (No cost to register.)

For online purchases, use code below at checkout (during benefit dates only) to ensure we receive credit.


Ongoing - Purchase September awareness sign or magnet

Help educate people and raise awareness about pediatric cancer with a lawn sign or car magnet. You'll be spreading the word about The Brooke Healey Foundation mission too! Note on delivery: Magnets can be shipped. Signs can be picked up locally (New Providence, NJ). A volunteer will contact you to finalize.


Sept. 3  - Burnt Mills Cider Company, Bedminster, NJ,  beginning at 4 pm

Sip some delicious, premium hard cider. Meet some of our board members and volunteers. A portion of the proceeds from the night goes to The Brooke Healey Foundation.

Fridays, Sept. 3, 10, 17, 24 - Fit Fridays, Virtual

Donate $25 and receive a link to one virtual workout with a professional instructor each Friday in September. Links do not expire! You will receive all links no matter when you register.

  • 9/3 Barre with Lauryn, 9/10 Cardio with Ilyse, 9/17 Pilates with Gina, 9/24 Kickboxing with Kelly


Friday, Sept. 24  - New Providence High School Football Go Gold Night and Lucas Day, 7pm

Teams will be raising awareness. Representatives from The Brooke Healey Foundation will be present to answer questions.

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Restaurants and breweries

Throughout September: Please support the following establishments that support us. Look for special drinks, menu items and events to help raise awareness and fight pediatric cancer!


If you spot a September awareness sticker or coaster, please take a picture, tag us and the location and post to your social channels #TheBrookeHealeyFoundation #PediatricCancerAwareness

  • Cafe Figaro, Basking Ridge

  • Clemente's, Berkeley Heights

  • Grazi's Kitchen, Berkeley Heights

  • Delicious Heights, Berkeley Heights

  • DiMaio's, Berkeley Heights

  • Marcello's, Berkeley Heights

  • Trap Rock Restaurant & Brewery, Berkeley Heights

  • Nicoletta Pizzeria, Bernardsville

  • Green Knoll Grill, Bridgewater

  • Twin Elephant Brewing Company, Chatham

  • Burnt Mills Cider Company, Chester

  • Romanelli's, Madison

  • Millington Station Cafe, Millington

  • Bagel Cafe, New Providence

  • Coppola, New Providence

  • Harlee's Tap & Grille, New Providence

  • Untied Brewing Company, New Providence

  • Zita's, New Providence

  • Chilton Mill Brewing, Long Valley

  • Max's, Scotch Plains

  • Alfonso'sTrattoria, Somerville

  • Calabria Mia, Somerville

  • Casa Luna, Somerville

  • Mannion's Pub & Restaurant, Somerville

  • McCormick's Pub, Somerville

  • Mike's Courtside Kitchen, Somerville

  • Prima Pizza, Somerville

  • Salted Lime Bar & Kitchen, Somerville

  • Social, Somerville

  • Turf, Surf & Earth, Somerville

  • Verve, Somerville

  • Village Brewing Co., Somerville

  • Cilento's, Stirling

  • Stirling Hotel, Stirling

  • Hometown Heros, South Plainfield

  • Summit Elks, Summit

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Throughout September: Look for local schools and athletic teams Going Gold, including:


  • St. Joseph's, Metuchen: Soccer team will wear gold arm bands

  • Villa Walsh, Morristown: Soccer teams will wear gold shoe laces and ribbons + share pediatric cancer facts during games

  • New Providence High School: Football and cheer will hold a "Gold Out" on September 24

  • NP PAL cheerleaders will wear gold bows and football players stickers on their helmets

  • Summit High School: Gymnastics teams will wear gold ribbons and dedicate a meet to awareness; plus more campaigns being planned by volleyball and cheer teams

  • Many others in the works!


Your donations go directly to help families dealing with pediatric cancer and supporting targeted research. Experts in the field believe that finding a cure for DIPG may lead to a cure for all cancers.